Stockholm China Forum 10 was held on the 12-13th of February in partnership with the Riksbankens Jubileumsfond and the Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs. The forum included discussions on:the Eurozone crisis and the EU-China relations, U.S.-China relations, the prospects for cooperation in the UN Security Council in the aftermath of China and Russia's veto of the Syria resolution, and China's political and economic transitions in 2012.
Videos from Stockholm China Forum 10:
- China is Not Yet "a Responsible Stakeholder in Global Issues" - Mark Leonard, Director, ECFR
- Eurozone Crisis has Left China Wondering Who is in Charge - Fredrik Erixon, Director, ECIPE
- Greek Austerity and the Euro Crisis - Anders Borg, Minister of Finance, Sweden
- Can Xi Jinping be "China's Churchill?" - Andrew Small, Transatlantic Fellow, GMF
- China's Veto on Syrian Resolution Shows Distrust of Arab Spring - Stephanie T. Kleine-Ahlbrandt, International Crisis Group
- Will U.S. Pivot to Asia Bring Conflict or Cooperation with China? - Qin Yaqing, China Foreign Affairs University
- Chinese Leadership to Dramatically Refocus Economic Growth - Cui Zhiyuan, Tsinghua University
- Private Consumption, Not Investment, Must Drive Chinese Economy - Nicholas Lardy, Peterson Institute
Podcasts from Stockholm China Forum 10:
- The United States and Europe on China – Converging or Diverging? - Bruce Stokes interviews Steven Everts, Member of the Cabinet of Baroness Catherine Ashton, the EU High Representative for External Affairs
- In 8 minutes or less: How Comprehensive are EU-China Relations?- Transatlantic Fellow Sarah Raine discusses EU-China relations with Wang Yiwei, Distinguished Professor at Tongji University
- In 8 minutes or less: Why are tensions rising in the South China Sea? - GMF Transatlantic Fellow Sarah Raine talks with Stein D. Tønnesson, a Research Professor at the Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO), about rising tensions in the South China Sea and the role and interests of the United States and Europe in the region.
- In 8 minutes or less: Asia welcomes the U.S. “pivot” - Senior Transatlantic Fellow Bruce Stokes speaks with Volker Stanzel, Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany to Japan and former Ambassador to China.